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The IFRS Foundation has today published its annual report and audited financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2023, reinforcing the Foundation’s guiding principle that better information leads to better decisions.

Emphasising the fundamental role of transparent and comparable accounting and sustainability-related information in the world’s capital markets, the report highlights how IFRS Accounting Standards and IFRS Sustainability Disclosure Standards—collectively referred to as IFRS Standards—support efficient capital allocation by helping investors to identify opportunities and risks globally.

The report summarises key accomplishments and progress in 2023, including:

Priorities for 2024 include:

  • finalising decisions on key projects including the third edition of the IASB’s IFRS for SMEs Accounting Standard and starting new projects on intangible assets and cash flow statements;
  • supporting implementation of IFRS Sustainability Disclosure Standards and finalising the ISSB’s future work plan; and
  • engaging with regulators and other authorities on the adoption of IFRS Standards and with companies, investors and other capital market stakeholders on their use of the Standards.

The report shows that as the Foundation navigates the newly created multi-location model, it maintains a strong financial position and manages its resources prudently.

The Foundation remains committed to its mission of developing IFRS Standards that bring transparency, accountability and efficiency to the world’s capital markets. As outlined in the report, these efforts facilitate growth and long-term financial stability.

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